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Heritage Grant Helps Heritage Church

Heritage Grant Helps Heritage Church

Nanango’s Immanuel Lutheran Church has received a grant from Heritage Bank Nanango to repair its historic church building in Drayton Street.

Ringsfield Bidders Back Out

Ringsfield Bidders Back Out

Calls for formal expressions of interest in taking over the operation of Nanango’s historic Ringsfield House have failed to produce any offers.

RSPCA Raids Target Cockfighting

RSPCA Raids Target Cockfighting

RSPCA Qld inspectors executed 11 warrants at properties throughout the State on Wednesday in relation to illegal cockfighting.

Hivesville Hall Sold

Hivesville Hall Sold

After failing to draw any bids when it was put out to tender in June, Hivesville Hall has a new owner.

Tourism Claims Disputed

Tourism Claims Disputed

Claims by Southern Queensland Country Tourism (SQCT) that South Burnett visitor numbers have risen are being disputed by the newly formed Visit South Burnett local tourism association.

Hospitals Celebrate NAIDOC

Hospitals Celebrate NAIDOC

The Darling Downs Hospital and Health Service is pleased that more than 2000 people joined in its NAIDOC Week events this month across the health service region.

Council Works For Nanango, Glan Devon

Council Works For Nanango, Glan Devon

The South Burnett Regional Council will be starting a new footpath project in Nanango next week, as well as a road widening and sealing project at Glan Davon.

Hall To Get $460,000 Upgrade

Hall To Get $460,000 Upgrade

Blackbutt’s relocated Memorial Hall will get its $460,000 infrastructure upgrade as planned, despite Council failing to secure a $250,000 contribution from the State Government.

Independent Umpire To<br /> Assess Council Complaints

Independent Umpire To
Assess Council Complaints

The State Government will introduce an Independent Assessor to consider all complaints against councillors, in a further move to reform local government.

Jobs Claims<BR> ‘A Cruel Hoax’

Jobs Claims
‘A Cruel Hoax’

Member for Nanango Deb Frecklington has questioned the worth of the Works For Queensland program

Animal Complaints Top List

Animal Complaints Top List

Complaints about animals such as barking dogs or wandering cows are the top gripe the South Burnett Regional Council receives.

Input Sought On Education Review

Input Sought On Education Review

Member for Wide Bay Llew O’Brien has invited community members to have their say in a review into regional, rural and remote education initiated by the Federal Government.

SQCT Defends<BR> Tourism Record

SQCT Defends
Tourism Record

Will South Burnett tourism operators form their own Local Tourism Organisation to promote the region?

Turning The Screws On Crime

Turning The Screws On Crime

Kingaroy Police are aiming to “turn the screws on crime” with a special number plate morning on Saturday.

Council Submits Second Wish List

Council Submits Second Wish List

The South Burnett Regional Council will spend an extra $2.5 million on gravel resheeting, drainage, footpaths and other road works projects in the next two years.

Miracles Do Happen: Crash Survivor

Miracles Do Happen: Crash Survivor

It was a tragic crash that shocked Kingaroy … four young people returning from a happy day in Brisbane.

School Turns Spotlight On Culture

School Turns Spotlight On Culture

The spotlight was on Indigenous culture at Kingaroy State High School on Tuesday as students celebrated NAIDOC with music, bush tucker and a good old-fashioned sausage sizzle.

Second Phase Of Skate Park Launched

Second Phase Of Skate Park Launched

It may have taken a bit less than four years and slightly more than 254 sausages, but Murgon’s former Skate Park was officially renamed the Murgon Rotary And Youth Park on Tuesday.

Deadline Looms For Ag Feedback

Deadline Looms For Ag Feedback

Farmers and agribusiness have just 10 days to have a say on what the shape of research, development and extension in the agriculture and food sectors should look like over the next 10 years.

Red Cross Branch Celebrates Centenary

Red Cross Branch Celebrates Centenary

The Nanango Branch of Red Cross celebrated its 100th birthday with a morning tea on Tuesday, and guests came from all over the region to attend.

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